On-premise Security

Protecting Your Business

Dec 5, 2017

Protecting your business is an essential for every business owner.  Regular assessments are crucial – they both affirm proper protective measures and reveal areas that need change. Consistent assessments establish areas of strength, which need maintained; and weak areas, which need to be addressed. A thorough assessment will help identify and prioritize necessary protective actions.

Physical Property Assessments

Physical property includes your business property, buildings, and on-premise equipment and supplies – whether company owned or brought on site by employees.  Keeping an accurate inventory of physical property is the first step. Once the inventory is complete, determine:

  • Which areas/supplies are the most vulnerable to theft, vandalism, etc.
  • What steps are necessary for providing sufficient protection.
  • Which areas pertain primarily to the company.
  • Which areas are directly connected to employee (and visitor) protection.

Maintain adequate protection through established procedures and by utilizing equipment to control access to the buildings, as well as equipment and supplies.

Establish access awareness and control via:

  • Fences and gates
  • Window and door sensors
  • Surveillance cameras 
  • Adequate lighting – including motion-activated lighting 
  • A reliable alarm system

 It is also vital to keep a well-maintained property – this is a natural deterrent to potential criminal activity.

Finally, consider hiring security personnel. A uniformed patrol presence makes a difference. At Lofton Security Service, Inc. we take your security seriously. We approach client relationships with insight, experience, and care because being “good” isn’t good enough for us. Lofton Security Service is committed to high-frequency, uniformed patrol presence with officers who are experienced, highly trained, alert, and motivated. After all, we’ve been offering the best in security services throughout the Southern region since 1979. Contact us today.


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